Office of the Vice President for Administration
The departments within Administration provide a wide range of services to the College and broader community. As stewards of the College's human and physical resources, we are committed to providing the highest quality of service in a responsive and responsible manner. The Vice President for Administration provides leadership, planning and coordination to the College's administrative operations to develop and maintain optimal support of the College's mission and goals. As a member of the President's senior staff, the Vice President for Administration participates in College-wide strategic planning and works with the Provost and Vice President for Finance to develop the College budget. The Vice President has direct oversight of the Offices of Auxiliary Services, Campus Police, Facilities Management, Human Resources and Procurement. The Office of Administration staff provides direct support in the key areas of facilities and space planning, capital funding and budgeting, and risk management. As of July 2007, Anna Martin was Vice President of Administration. See http://www.wm.edu/adminoffice/ for additional information.
Office of the Vice President for Administration in the SCRC database.
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